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Apr 26, 2013 8:00pm PDT
, and he was just talked to obama the other day before for two hours, and said, you no, he's gone from bullets to tanks to aircraft to rockets, scud rockets and now to chemicals. he's escalating and testing our limits. and he's crossing all our red lines and until we do something, he'll keep escalating. so i think there will be some move. the first move would obviously be to get off the dime and actually help arm the rebels and -- so they can take out -- or at least protect themselve from syrian air power. gwen: does it seem like a turning point to you, martha? >> it does not. as a matter of fact. i think it's supposed to be a turning point. and we've heard president obama talk about this again and again. there will be enormous consequences if this is a red line. but it looks to me like it's still a rather gray line. what you hear is it's got to be a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or today, a systematic use of chemical weapons. they definitely -- gwen: hearing all these caveat phrases. >> he does not want to go into syria. he does not want to own syria because he knows v
May 3, 2013 8:00pm PDT
further allowing federal agents to get close to, talk to, maybe listen in on religious institutions which is the government had not at all allowed. the bush administration took it farther than they did before. obama created a new special review panel that before federal agents can say i think the problem is in this place or this place but they have to have special clearance. that's something that this what has us cranked back and made other forms of investigations easier. they also want the cooperation of the communities. and if those communities feel that the f.b.i. is spying on them they're going to be less like to report potential trouble. and that community response has been very helpful, for example with the somali community in minneapolis. >> there's been a lot of questioning with what was known about these brothers. tamerlan who had gone back to russia where all that intelligence was handled properly. do we have a better sense of that? >> we still don't know what he was doing in rush for six years. the hard part is that the f.b.i. says the russians were concerned that he was coming
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